CONTEST: High Concept #5 results!

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Dave Van Domelen

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Jan 16, 2010, 12:37:50 AM1/16/10
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It's a tie! (Again) I let the voting run an extra day to see if it
broke, but nope. Here's the full results:
Scott Eiler and Saxon Brenton: 3 votes each
Tom Russell and Andrew Perron: 1 vote each

Rather than do the same thing as in the last tie (each winner submit a
concept, writers mix and match however they want), I decided to do something
a little different. High Concept Mad Libs!

Scott will email me a reasonably short sentence for a concept, with
blanks for one noun, one verb and one adjective, in any order. "Reasonably
short" in this case meaning that the blanks will actually be important.
Saxon will email me a noun, a verb and an adjective. Once this has happened,
I will post the result!

Dave Van Domelen, was going to write some ASH today, ended up writing
Transformers fic instead.

Andrew Perron

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Jan 16, 2010, 2:39:31 AM1/16/10
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On Sat, 16 Jan 2010 05:37:50 +0000 (UTC), Dave Van Domelen wrote:

> Rather than do the same thing as in the last tie (each winner submit a
> concept, writers mix and match however they want), I decided to do something
> a little different. High Concept Mad Libs!
>
> Scott will email me a reasonably short sentence for a concept, with
> blanks for one noun, one verb and one adjective, in any order. "Reasonably
> short" in this case meaning that the blanks will actually be important.
> Saxon will email me a noun, a verb and an adjective. Once this has happened,
> I will post the result!

I like it. XD

Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, "uranium" was always my favorite Mad
Libs noun. I was a weird kid.

Scott Eiler

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Jan 17, 2010, 1:37:26 PM1/17/10
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Wow, sounds like fun, especially if Saxon doesn't get to read the
sentence with the blanks first. Now, if only someone could just come
up with that sentence, I'd be all set.

(Well, really, I just need a few hours to think about it. If nothing
else works, I can pick a sentence at random from somewhere and *make*
it have blanks.)

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